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Film & TV News: DEADWOOD, HALO, WONDER WOMAN 2 Set For December 2019 Release

Gal Gadot Wonder Woman

Deadwood, Halo, Wonder Woman 2, And Other Film And TV News

Deadwood, Halo, Wonder Woman 2, and other films and TV shows have made recent production news.

These productions come from studios based primarily in the United States. The production information within is subject to change.

Wonder Woman 2

Warner Bros.‘ has officially slated Wonder Woman 2 for a December 13th, 2019 premiere. The DC superhero sequel will see Gal Gadot return as Diana and may see Patty Jenkins resume directing duties. The film will come in the wake of fellow DC Extended Universe entries Justice League and Aquaman.


Microsoft announces that it work is still underway on the company’s planned movie adaptation of Halo. The project was first announced by Microsoft and Steven Spielberg, who was brought in to direct the film, four years ago, with news on it being hard to come by since then. Spielberg has since had his hands full with the similarly video game-themed Ready Player One.


HBO Programming chief Casey Bloys offered an update on the upcoming Deadwood movie. According to Bloys, a “terrific” script that will appeal to both Deadwood fans and those unfamiliar with the property has been completed. Additionally, cast members from the original series have been approached about reprising their roles.


HBO is ready to start production on the Jared Harris miniseries Chernobyl next year.

The A-Bomb Kid

Jason Ludman and Adam Gibbs will produce an adaptation of John Aristotle Phillips’ Mushroom: The True Story of the A-Bomb Kid.

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